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10 Everyday Speech Therapy Exercises For Autism

10 Everyday Speech Therapy Exercises For Autism

Are you looking for some everyday speech therapy exercises for Autism? Keep reading for therapy you can do at home. With the current pandemic, parents with special needs children are now faced with continuing therapy services at home. Although parents of special needs children are not licensed therapists, that doesn't mean parents are no less qualified to provide therapy for their children. 10 Everyday Speech Therapy Exercises For Autism While these times may be different, your child's need for therapy hasn't changed. The good news is that now, your child can continue therapy at home with these ten easy speech…
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7 Things to Know After Your Child Receives an Autism Diagnosis

7 Things to Know After Your Child Receives an Autism Diagnosis

You've just left the doctors off with a diagnosis, now what? These seven things to know after your child receives an autism diagnosis will set you on the right path. Let’s start with some numbers that represent Autism around the world. The estimation of Autism Spectrum Disorder prevailing around the world is about 1%. In the United States, 1 in 54 children is diagnosed with Autism.  In Singapore, 1 in 150 Children is Autistic. The rates in Hong Kong now sit at 1 in 27. Added to those facts, the statistics of Autism occurring in a sibling is up to 20%.…
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Best Educational Tools for Autism & Top Teaching Advice for Parents

Best Educational Tools for Autism & Top Teaching Advice for Parents

Looking for the Best Educational Tools for Autism and Top Teaching Advice for Parents of Autistic children? Keep reading to learn more! According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 54 children is diagnosed with autism, making it essential to widen teaching methodologies in response to an autistic child’s specific learning needs. Be it at home or in the classroom, learning and development are the end-goal of every parent whose child is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). But rather than sticking to traditional at-home teaching methods, parents should first understand and…
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Mightier -The Emotional Regulation Tool for Autism

Mightier -The Emotional Regulation Tool for Autism

Are you looking for the best emotional regulation tool for autism? If so, Mightier is your answer! Keep reading to see how Mightier Emotional Regulation Games made a huge change in our family's life! Having three children on the autism spectrum, I understand the struggles of emotional regulation all too well.  Each of my children struggles greatly, with our youngest daughter having the hardest time.  Mightier’s biofeedback games help kids 6-14 build emotional regulation skills. She has learned countless tools but never can seem to apply them at the moment.   When we were invited to try out Mightier, I was…
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5 Helpful Tips for Raising a Child With Autism

5 Helpful Tips for Raising a Child With Autism

Are you raising a child with autism? It is tough to raise an autistic child. They have specific demands that, when we cannot fulfill, can lead to distress and meltdowns. While not their fault, this can frustrate even the most loving parents and drain their energy. Creating a loving and consistent home life is key when raising a child with autism. Keep reading to learn how you can raise an autistic child with less stress and more love.  1. Learn about Autism The more you know about autism spectrum disorder, the better equipped you'll be to make informed decisions for…
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Autism and Coronavirus Quarantine – How to Manage the Daily Routine

Autism and Coronavirus Quarantine – How to Manage the Daily Routine

What should you do with your child with Autism who has to go into a coronavirus quarantine or stay in place order? Do you have a plan for your autistic children during the midst of this COVID19 outbreak? Keep reading to help you through these uncharted waters. Schools everywhere are shutting down for weeks at a time, some until next school year. Even those that don't have this issue yet, the coronavirus is causing many families to take voluntary self-quarantine measures. For children with Autism, the covid19 quarantine measures are a drastic change from their daily routine. Combine that with necessities…
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Top 10 Ways Dogs Help People with Autism

Top 10 Ways Dogs Help People with Autism

Life in the 21st century is fast. Opportunities to have a quiet moment and relax often need to be pre-planned if they are to take place. Yet, in this often maddening hodgepodge of daily activities, many turn to their pets for a bit of downtime. It is always a smart decision to spend time with an animal. They do not pass judgment nor blame. Instead, they will offer unconditional love and attention. That's why we wanted to answer the question In what are ways dogs help people with autism. Dogs are fantastic when it comes to taking on the role…
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Swimming and Autism: Benefits, Risks and What Parents Should Know

Swimming and Autism: Benefits, Risks and What Parents Should Know

The Center for Disease Control estimates that one in every 59 children has autism spectrum disorder. It is characterized by challenging social interaction, speech delay, inability to pay attention, among others.  However, early intervention can help autistic children improve learning, develop their communication and social skills, and improve on brain development. Swimming and Autism: Benefits, Risks and What Parents Should Know One such way is through exercise. More than 20 minutes of vigorous activity has proven to be effective in helping children in the spectrum. It helps reduce aggression, self-stimulatory behaviors, hyperactivity, self-injury, and destructiveness. Is Swimming Good for Autism? Swimming,…
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Zenaviv- Employing Autistic Adults through their Art

Zenaviv- Employing Autistic Adults through their Art

Unemployment rates for Autistic adults is at a staggering 80% in the United States.  So when there is an up and coming organization making a difference to chance those numbers, we have to share it with you!   In today's episode, we will share with you the interview of Harish Bikmal oz Zenaviv.  He is the proud father of two boys, one on the Autism Spectrum.  One of his defining statements is " I want to help parents to be proud of what their child has as opposed to being tired of their disabilities."   Join us today for an absolutely inspiring…
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